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  • The New State of Play in Performance Studies
  • Ian Pace (bio)

Music Lett gcx040. DOI:

Published: 29 June 2017

Due to typographical errors the names Mine Do gantan-Dack and Aloys Kontarsky were misspelled and have been corrected. This article has also been corrected to include the editor's final edits. Minor editorial changes have been made to improve readability. The publisher regrets the error. [End Page 341]

Ian Pace

ian pace is a pianist and musicologist, and is Head of Performance and Lecturer in Music at City, University of London. His research focuses on nineteenth-and twentieth-century performance, modernist music and aesthetics, music and fascist or communist ideologies, and German music from the Weimar Republic to the post-war avant-garde. He has also premiered over 200 works and recorded over thirty CDs. He is currently working on a monograph on specialist musical education in the UK in the context of the Cold War.



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